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  1. hi in the meantime Isearched again and foud a solution: B737 : laminar / B738 /autopilot / command A and AP disconnect. other Laminar aircrafts : If they use the default sim command it's "toggle servos". (servos on/off on my french version) so do not spend time unless you have another solution ! thanks for answer
  2. hello I have a new joystick Thrustmaster T16000 + throttle. I would like to assign buttons for autopilot engage/disengage and I am searching the corresponding line of command in the XPlane 11 joystick settings. I found for the B737 : laminar / B738 /autopilot / command A and AP disconnect. but for all other planes I do not find the correct command line, I searched all the lines of AP commands in navigation & radios / autopilot ,but I do not find something like AP Engage and disconnect. can somebody help ? thanks
  3. The beginners like me use the default aircraft before jumping To à more complicate plane like the Zibo Yes I confused NDB and ADF Have you been a beginner once? Your answer is not an answer because I still do not know what To do To find this ADF there seems To be no place To input the NDB frequency I thought the goal of these kind of forums is To help eachother Not To throw laughing at mockery with no added value Regards.
  4. Is there an NDB in the Laminar Boeing 737 ? I cannot find it . Thanks
  5. This is what I did but Got the engine failures after, which means that starting with engines running has an error in the default settings. This is why I am asking whatbarebthe correct settings.
  6. thanks for your answers since I am a beginner I would like to check the correct set up of fuel panel; after start up the engines should the correct positions be during take off and all the flight: transfer pump override: auto boost pump : on crossfeed : auto firewall shut off valve : open thanks for your answer.
  7. Thanks for your replies You mean on the fuel management panel at the left side of Aircraft the boost pump switch left and right must be turned on during all the flight ?
  8. I have a problem of loss of power with the King Air C90 ; I am climbing to 5000 ft all engine parameters in green, RPM at 2000 and suddenly I loose all power, Torque, turbine, fuel flow at 0, RPM at 2000, with the warning in red L FUEL FLOW. I have more than enough fuel. I tried to re do the flight, same event. In XP parameters all failures are desactivated. What is going wrong thanks for help.
  9. Hello When I select heading on the autopilot of the Boing 747, I do not see the heading bug on the EHSI and the compass rose remains blocked on 000 degree ? can somebody help? thanks
  10. PAWE

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    Yes unrealistic but so easy when you spend hours to try to manage XP GPS or FMS ! And want to navigate some minutes ! Thanks for your reply
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